This subset is the biggest of the three zebra species present in Africa, and could be recognized by stark white bellies, spherical ears and brown muzzles.
Kenya is dwelling to 90% of the remaining wild inhabitants, says Funnell, program supervisor of Grevy’s Zebra Belief (GZT) within the Samburu area of northern Kenya. She lives part-time on a GZT basecamp inside Grevy’s zebra territory, amassing knowledge that’s used to advocate for and shield their habitat.
Funnell admits staying hopeful is among the most difficult however essential components of the job.
“There are such a lot of tales of species extinctions globally: tales of destruction, of lack of species, of air pollution,” she says. “It’s extremely tough to see a thousand years down the road how any species would possibly survive, so you actually must have hope.”
To study extra about what it takes to guard the Grevy’s zebra, watch the video above.